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Complementary Colors What happens when a year old straight woman falls in love with a lesbian It s and Gwen Sullivan is agitated She s been married and divorced and is now living with her scientist boyfriend who

  • Title: Complementary Colors
  • Author: KateEvans
  • ISBN: 9781946647146
  • Page: 310
  • Format: Paperback
  • What happens when a 31 year old straight woman falls in love with a lesbian It s 1993, and Gwen Sullivan is agitated She s been married and divorced and is now living with her scientist boyfriend who loses himself in dark moods Her job at a tutoring center and her work on the presidential campaign leave her vaguely dissatisfied She hopes taking a night class in poetryWhat happens when a 31 year old straight woman falls in love with a lesbian It s 1993, and Gwen Sullivan is agitated She s been married and divorced and is now living with her scientist boyfriend who loses himself in dark moods Her job at a tutoring center and her work on the presidential campaign leave her vaguely dissatisfied She hopes taking a night class in poetry might help There, the allure of two lesbians takes her by surprise This prompts her to question who she is and who she wants to be Soon she must make one of the most important decisions of her life.

    Complementary colors Complementary colors are pairs of colors which, when combined, cancel each other out This means that when combined, they produce a grayscale color like white or black When placed next to each other, they create the strongest contrast for those particular two colors. Complementary Colors and Photography Color theory can be applied to all forms of visual art, including fashion and interior design In this post, we ll look at how it can be utilized in the realm of photography, dealing specifically with the complementary color scheme There are many color schemes available to artists and Color Harmonies complementary, analogous, triadic Split Complementary The split complementary color scheme is a variation of the complementary color scheme In addition to the base color, it uses the two colors adjacent to its complement. Opposite Color Tool ColorTools Color tool that gives the opposite complementary color. Make Your Photos More Colorful with Complementary Colors What is color contrast How does it make your images pop Color contrast happens whenever two distinct colors are placed next to one another Contrast is simply a way of saying the two colors are very different from one another. What Are Complementary Colors Notice how this word is spelled The root word is the same as for the word complete A pair of colors which can be additively combined to produce white light are called complementary colors, because together they complete the spectrum. Color theory The foundations of pre th century color theory were built around pure or ideal colors, characterized by different sensory experiences rather than attributes of the physical world. Basic color schemes Color Theory Introduction Basic color schemes Introduction to Color Theory With colors you can set a mood, attract attention, or make a statement You can use color to energize, or to cool down. Complementary colours Art Term Tate In colour theory complementary colours appear opposite each other on colour models such as the colour wheel The colour complement of each primary colour primaries are red, yellow and blue can be obtained by mixing the two other primary colours together So the complementary of red is green a mix Color Wheel Color Calculator Sessions College Use the color wheel to find the perfect color scheme with the Sessions College color calculator Endless free color combinations, working from any base color.

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    1. Collin Kelley on said:

      We meet Gwen Sullivan at a crossroads in her life. She's feeling unsatisfied, but hasn't quite put her finger on why she's so restless. Maybe it's because her boyfriend -- an over-achieving and aloof scientist -- is no longer rocking her world or that she's working a job as a tutor that has no future. She feels adrift and decides that a poetry workshop might spark her creativity. Little does she know that the class will turn her entire life upside down. She falls in love with a woman, Jamie, who [...]

    2. Joy on said:

      I liked Evan's last book, For the May Queen, but Complementary Colors exceeded my expectations. Her main character, Gwen, is more developed and more sophisticated intellectually and psychologically. Gwen's depth and acquisitiveness are pronounced, we are privy to her flaws and strengths at once. All of the character complexities are laid bare to see their receptivity and warmth alongside petty or not so petty jealousies. Miserable and frustrated with her long-term Jewish lover, Daniel, Gwen wond [...]

    3. Jenny Yates on said:

      This is a good lesbian romance, intelligent and perceptive. It’s the story of a woman who takes a poetry class and so changes her life. This includes exchanging her introverted scientist boyfriend for a free-spirited tattooed woman. The novel is completely believable. This woman could be a friend, she could be you. The slow process of detachment from an old love, the electricity of new desire – these things are described with clarity and fluidity. Evans is gentle and subtle as she conveys th [...]

    4. Jan on said:

      As a married bisexual woman, I found this a wonderfully disconcerting read. It's rare that I find work in which the narrator's sexuality is so close to my own experience. While I was aware of my bisexuality much earlier than the narrator of Complementary Colors, it's great to find the feelings and experiences of being attracted to both certain men and certain women described instead of labeled. Another page-turner from Kate Evans-- can't wait to see what she publishes next!

    5. SteveWilliams on said:

      This is the 2nd book by Kate Evans that I have read and enjoyed. The characters in this book are so believable that I want to meet them. Her books are set in the Northern CA area, and it also feels like I have been to her locations. I also must share that the love scene in Santa Cruz is a turn on for this straight man.I can barely remember some of feelings that her central character Gwen experience, but I understand the source of the painful love experiences. I also like the scene in the booksto [...]

    6. Michele on said:

      COMPLEMENTARY COLORS follows Kate Evans' first novel, FOR THE MAY QUEEN with an engaging story about a woman coming to terms with who she is and what she wants from life. As an aside, it happens that this involves examining her sexuality and making some difficult life choices, but the book is more about self-exploration and discovery than exploring alternate sexual orientations. I grew to like each of her characters a great deal as I read, and as I got to to know them better, I appreciated that [...]

    7. Danielle Roberts on said:

      Kate Evans’ new novel COMPLEMENTARY COLORS starts off with the lines “I was craving something, but I wasn’t exactly sure what. I wanted something new. I wanted something beautiful.” Nothing could be more appropriate for the way I felt coming into this novel. Evans weaves and entertaining and nuanced tale with wonderful characters and an intimate look on the human dynamic. Her characters are fresh, but real, and the story doesn’t fall back on cliché. Despite being a quick and fun read, [...]

    8. Ellen Young on said:

      This was a highly enjoyable read about a straight woman finding herself in love with another woman while both of them are partnered with other people. Twoo things I loved about the main character was that she was so earnest in her desires and honest about her pain, and in a realistic way, like real people can be when they find themselves torn and confused and overwhelmed by powerful emotions. The plot was admirably constructed so that the events unfolded in a seamless way. A good read all around [...]

    9. Dalit Avnon on said:

      I enjoyed this book It's very light reading Meaning, once you begin reading this book, it's hard to leave it before finishing it.I liked the narrator of the book, because she was honest to herself she was in touch with her own feelings and was open to explore them.Same thing with the other woman - Jamie - she also was honest with her feelings and she expressed them directly.I saw her bluntness of expressing feelings as something rare in our days. Most people would play games or hide their feelin [...]

    10. Kate on said:

      I had fun giving my own book 5 stars. Take that, New York Times book reviewers! The journey of writing this novel was an arduous joy, as is my way with writing, and I'm excited that Gwen, Daniel, Jamie and Cat will soon be in the hands of readers. Who knows how my story will play out in others' minds? Words always do less than we want and more than we know.

    11. Glenda Bailey-Mershon on said:

      More than a coming-of-age story, this is an examination of what it takes to accept oneself and commit to love. Good writing.

    12. E.A. on said:

      Interesting look at a woman coming into her own. Some beautiful, almost poetic images.

    13. Cowcatt on said:

      Interesting book about a difficult subject! Well written. It is not my usual choice of reading matter.

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